AIIMS 2019

  by VAISHALI AGARWAL

AIIMS 2019

AIIMS is a national level entrance examination for admission in MBBS course in the most prestigious college of India – AIIMS located in 15 cities currently. Approximately 3 to 4 lacs students every year take up this exam. This year, NEET-UG will be conducted by AIIMS, New Delhi on 25th and 26th????, 2019.

The mode of exam is online, and duration is of three and half hours.

The question paper consists of 200 multiple choice questions with 1 mark each rewarded for correct answer and -1/3 given/deducted??????? for each incorrect answer.

Subjects that are asked in the paper are Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Syllabus is basically of class 11th and 12th NCERT based mostly on questions of moderate level.

There are 60 questions in each section, physics, chemistry and biology with 40 multiple choice questions and 20 assertion reasoning types’ questions from each section and 20 questions from general knowledge section.

SUBJECT

NUMBER OF QUESTIONS

MAXIMUM MARKS

A. PHYSICS

60

60

B. CHEMISTRY

60

60

C. BIOLOGY

60

60

D.  GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

20

20

 


WHAT AFTER AIIMS?

This exam selects students from all over the country for admission in most prestigious medical profession. Results of AIIMS are declared in June. Usually there is a cut-off per centage, passing which would make you eligible for attending counselling of MBBS seats in AIIMS. The qualifying percent in NEET-UG 2018 was –

CATEGORY

QUALIFYING PERCENTAGE

GENERAL

50%

SC/ST

40%

OBC

45%


IMPORTANT TOPICSThe results will be published online. Qualification will be based on cut off score. Passing cut-off, you will be called at AIIMS for further counselling procedures.

1. PHYSICS

  • Electrostatics

  • Current and electricity

  • Thermodynamics

  • Optics

  • Photoelectric effect

  • Semiconductors

  • Magnetism

2. CHEMISTRY

  • Coordination compounds

  • Chemical bonding

  • Periodic table

  • p-block

  • Equilibrium

  • Thermodynamics

  • Electrochemistry

  • General organic chemistry  

3. BIOLOGY

  • Ecology

  • Genetics and evolution

  • Biological classification

  • Cell and its structure

  • Morphology of flowering plants

  • Reproduction

  • Human physiology

  • Biotechnology

 

TIPS TO ATTEMPT THE PAPER

Firstly, RELAX when you go through the paper for the first time. Relaxation and no stress motto increase efficiency and brings the best out of you. Then, read the paper in one go so that you feel that you are aware of all the questions. Then start with the section that seems to be difficult or lengthy, but you are confident. Most people think physics should be attempted last but that is a myth. Attempting physics first, not only open your mind but also makes you familiar with the paper. In first hour, try to attempt as many physics questions as you can. Then in next one hour do all chemistry and biology questions in one attempt. Leave whatever takes time. Don’t invest much time on a single question. One question isn’t going to select your rank so beware that you don’t stick to one question. In the last hour you may again go through the leftover questions and do whatever you consider to be correct. Assertion???? reasoning requires concentration as they contain problem solving questions. This strategy will not only increase your score but also your efficiency.

LAST FOUR MONTHS OF YOUR PREPARATION

In the last four months, what is most important is revision and your pattern of revision. What every student must understand is that his/her aim is to clear an MCQ based paper in the subject. So, he should study only what is asked or what can be asked, not everything that is known about any topic. That is why revision should be scheduled such, that it covers all the topics briefly. All the formulas and definitions should be revised every week. Name reactions in organic chemistry and name events???? in biology should be learnt. Preparation for the final day should start right before four months in a way so that whole syllabus is completed and revised in 2-3 days covering 1-2 important questions from each topic. Practise of fast reading should be done. Full syllabus test papers should be solved. Do not wait for the day on which your syllabus is completed. Basically, AIIMS require conceptual study, so try to make your concepts clear. Read NCERT, mostly all the assertion reasoning type questions are a modification of direct contextual form of NCERT text books. Practise mock tests.

WHY US?

There are several crash courses that may promise you to complete AIIMS syllabus in four months but choosing best should be your wise decision.

Choosing this crash course series is benefitting for students. Benefits are many but let’s focus on academic part. Study material provided by our crash course is fully analysed and comprised in such a way that students would have all the knowledge but in a nutshell. The study material of a chapter consists all the essential things that you need to know, along with questions that not only covers your NEET but also boards and AIIMS. All the questions are prepared and checked many times by expert teachers and mentors. Also, the most important benefit of this crash series is that you are with them whose profession has always inspired you. Since some of our experts are from medical field, there is a constant guidance from them. And who knows, one of them might become your senior!!

Thank you.  

 

  2019-02-09 05:45:41

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